Borger High School Graduation and Prom Parade Update-- June 4, 2020

Borger High School’s graduation ceremony is 8 p.m. on June 19th at Bulldog Stadium.  Each senior will receive five tickets for their family members.  The ceremony will be live streamed on the BISD Facebook page for those unable to attend.

The Borger High School Prom Parade will be held on June 13th at 6:30 p.m.  The Prom Parade will start on Main Street and end at Bulldog Stadium where seniors will get their pictures made and receive prizes and gifts.

Full details on graduation and the Prom Parade will be given out to seniors in packets on Monday, June 8th in the student parking lot at Borger High School.  Seniors with last names starting with A-L will pick up packets from 8:30 to 10:00 and seniors with last names starting with M-Z will pick up packets between 10:00 and 11:30.  Graduation tickets will be included in the packets.  Additional details will also be posted on the BISD Facebook page on Monday, June 8th

Borger High School Graduation Update - May 26, 2020
Borger High School Graduation

Bulldog Stadium

June 19, 2020 at 8:00 p.m.

Parents and Guardians,

BISD and BHS are happy to have a graduation ceremony honoring your senior.  To make this once in a lifetime event happen, we must follow CDC Guidelines to keep our students and their families safe. 

We will be utilizing both sides of Bulldog Stadium so students can have 5 tickets each for family members to attend.  Graduating seniors will not need a ticket so they may give all five tickets to family members. 

The stadium will be marked to comply with CDC Guidelines.  Each senior’s family members will be seated together but will be 6 feet apart from the next family of five.  Students will draw for the area where their family will be seated and the tickets they receive will correspond to that area in the stadium. 

Students will be given a Covid-19 form with their tickets for their family members attending the graduation ceremony.  The screening form must be signed and returned to school officials at the gate when attendees arrive for the ceremony.   In addition, everyone must have a ticket to enter the stadium for graduation.  Tickets will be marked making it easy for families to find their assigned seats and the process to enter the stadium will be designed to limit long lines and keep attendees 6 feet apart. 

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Borger Independent School District serves approximately 2,500 students on six campuses and encompasses 52 square miles of Hutchinson County in the Panhandle of Texas.  The  District is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency and the Southern Association of College and Secondary Schools.

Borger ISD provides a variety of  educational opportunities and  considers itself a PK-14th-grade district through the unique partnership with Frank Phillips College.

BISD instructors and administrators are highly trained and qualified  professionals  who strive to meet the individual needs of each student from individualized intervention to challenging students to meet their greatest potential providing big opportunities in a small school setting.

 




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#BorgerISD schools will remain closed through April 3.

Texas Governor Abbott just held a News Conference on the Coronavirus Response including closure of all schools until midnight April 3.

We will be posting and sending a link for a home internet survey and a meal survey soon to serve our school community.

#BorgerISD schools will remain closed through April 3.

Texas Governor Abbott just held a News Conference on the Coronavirus Response including closure of all schools until midnight April 3.

We will be posting and sending a link for a home internet survey and a meal survey soon to serve our school community.

#BorgerISD schools will remain closed through April 3.

Texas Governor Abbott just held a News Conference on the Coronavirus Response including closure of all schools until midnight April 3.

We will be posting and sending a link for a home internet survey and a meal survey soon to serve our school community.

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Paul Belton Elementary School

Phone: 806-273-1059
Gateway Elementary School
Phone: 806-273-1044
Crockett Elementary School
Phone: 806-273-1054
Borger Intermediate School
Phone: 806-273-4342
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Phone: 806-273-1037
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Phone: 806-273-1029

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